WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
8%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
1%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
12%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
37%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
42%
  



Coffee 7:36 Sat Sep 12
Saturday football
The Premier League is back after the shortest closed season in living memory. There will be no crowds, barring the accumulation of individuals in front of their TVs, computers and radios throughout the land and beyond. Some will say it’s about perspective, about a revision of popular understanding of what’s really important. Others will put away philosophical thoughts, at least for now, because they know that football is, always has been and always will be, important.

FULHAM vs ARSENAL (1230 ko)
Fulham have bounced back to the top fight at the first time of asking. They’ll do well to stop the yoyo yoyoing this time round. First days often produce a strange result or two, but you fancy the hesitantly resurgent Arsenal to be too strong for them. Away win.

CRYSTAL PALACE vs SOUTHAMPTON (1500)
If form carries across seasons, the Saints will be firm favourites at Selhurst Park this afternoon. After a dreadful start last year, Southampton really came good in 2020. Palace, meanwhile, finished last season with a draw and seven losses. An early goal for the visitors could get the home side wobbling. Draw.

LIVERPOOL vs LEEDS UNITED (1730)
For the neutral, this is by far the day’s stand-out game. It’s good to see Leeds back in the top division. The champions may find it hard to match last year’s achievements, although they do have the resources to hold on to their title. The champions of the second tier will come into this with bags of confidence and determination. Two extraordinary managers meet for the first time. Should be a corker. Home win.

WEST HAM UNITED vs NEWCASTLE UNITED (2000)
At least it’s not Man City or Arsenal. Whatever did or did not go on between David Moyes and GSB in recent days, our boss was in confident voice at the press conference yesterday. We still have to strengthen defence, which remains a glaring Achilles heel. The Barcodes remain in flux over their ownership, but they have boosted their attack with the addition of Callum Wilson, who has a bad habit of scoring against us. If the team can put the Diangana saga behind them, they should be strong enough to win this. This has all the makings of a tight game and the side with the stronger mentality are likely to come out on top. Draw.

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